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Donna L. Dobberfuhl, MFA, ACLS, NSS, is the author of the National POW Memorial in Andersonville GA.

She has been a Presidential Design Awards nominee, recognized for Artistry in Masonry by the International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers and acknowledged as the creator of one of the “Significant Christ Sculptures in the United States.”

Donna’s studio, Sculptural Designs Atélier, has completed design projects in a wide variety of fields including education, government, medical, military, religious, zoological as well as private firms and individuals.

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Donna works in several different media: traditional materials of bronze, water and mosaic; the contemporary material of steel, copper and cast stone and the 5,000-year old process of carved brick, offered in both natural-finished material and the fired pallet of earth tones. This diversity of media brings broad dynamic choices to her project designs.

Representative Clients:

Busch Gardens, Champaign-Urbana Mass Transit District, City of Fort Worth TX, City of Frisco TX, City of North Richland Hills TX, College of Osteopathic Medicine, Daedalian Foundation, D. R. Horton Company, Humana Corporation, Jewish Federation of San Antonio, Lackland Air Force Base TX, Methodist Women's & Children's Hospital, North Carolina Zoological Park, Northwest Florida State College, Order Sons of Italy in America, Perry Gething Foundation, Riverbanks Zoological Gardens, St. Joseph - St. Thomas Church, St. Mark the Evangelist Church, San Antonio Zoological Gardens, United States Air Force Academy, U.S. National Park Service

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Donna L. Dobberfuhl, MFA, ACLS, NSS, is the author of the National POW Memorial in Andersonville GA.

She has been a Presidential Design Awards nominee, recognized for Artistry in Masonry by the International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers and acknowledged as the creator of one of the “Significant Christ Sculptures in the United States.”

Donna’s studio, Sculptural Designs Atélier, has completed design projects in a wide variety of fields including education, government, medical, military, religious, zoological as well as private firms and individuals.

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Donna works in several different media: traditional materials of bronze, water and mosaic; the contemporary material of steel, copper and cast stone and the 5,000-year old process of carved brick, offered in both natural-finished material and the fired pallet of earth tones. This diversity of media brings broad dynamic choices to her project designs.

Representative Clients:

Busch Gardens, Champaign-Urbana Mass Transit District, City of Fort Worth TX, City of Frisco TX, City of North Richland Hills TX, College of Osteopathic Medicine, Daedalian Foundation, D. R. Horton Company, Humana Corporation, Jewish Federation of San Antonio, Lackland Air Force Base TX, Methodist Women's & Children's Hospital, North Carolina Zoological Park, Northwest Florida State College, Order Sons of Italy in America, Perry Gething Foundation, Riverbanks Zoological Gardens, St. Joseph - St. Thomas Church, St. Mark the Evangelist Church, San Antonio Zoological Gardens, United States Air Force Academy, U.S. National Park Service